Atmore News

Limbhangers banquet March 16
News Staff Report Lower Alabama Limbhangers, Atmore’s chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation, will host its annual fundraiser banquet on Saturday, March 16. The public is invited to join members of the club, which was founded in 2005, for a fun-packed evening of live auctions, silent auctions and gun raffles that also includes a steak dinner and hours of fellowship and tale-telling. The banquet will be held from 5…
ECMS Black history essay winners named
Students at Escambia County Middle School participated in a Black History essay contest sponsored by The Concerned Citizens of Atmore. Sandra Gray recognized the winners of the essay contest at ECMS’ Black History program Monday. February 25. Shown are, from left, ECMS counselor Cordia Lee; winners NaAsia Reynolds, Albernya Tucker, and Shontia Martin; Sandra Gray. Each student was presented a certificate and a cash prize.
ACS students excel in science fair
What if …?” “What about …?” “And you could prove that by …” Chances are these thoughts went through the minds of middle school and high school students who participated in a recent science fair at Atmore Christian School. Exhibits were set up in the gym Thursday, February 28, with students, faculty and visitors (and the judges) weaving in and out of the exhibits, asking questions, and often marveling at…